Sayyid Ammar al-Hakim, head of the Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq (ISCI), stressed the necessity of confronting the outside challenges with more domestic unity and cohesion. His Eminence called for analyzing the expected scenarios because of the transformations lived by the region and the impact of these scenarios on Iraq. This came up during his meeting with a number of competencies and elite groups from the Bani Assad tribe in Baghdad on Saturday, December 15, 2012.
His Eminence explained that the National Alliance bears a big and doubled responsibility in embracing others, explaining that political fairness requires you to place yourself in the others’ place and to be understanding, stressing that unity and solidarity need reconsidering the problems, identifying them and identifying the means for solving them.
Sayyid Ammar al-Hakim pointed out to the history of the Bani Assad tribe and its relationship with the issue of Imam al-Hussain (peace with him), in serving his pilgrims in the toughest and darkest circumstances, congratulating the Bani Assad tribe on this distinction and attracting attention to the tribe and to the tribal links being the outlet for discussing the general concern and the public matters, congratulating them on this meeting and regarding it as an exemplary quantum meeting.